Monthly Screenings

A Fish Tale

Dir.: Emmanuelle Mayer
| 52 minutes

Johnny believes in the future of Africa. His wife, Therese, doesn't any more. He dreams of returning home with advanced Western knowledge. When their viewpoints collide, the family's fate is forever altered.

Hassan Arfa Compound

Dir.: Yoav Gurfinkel
| 55 minutes

The daily struggle of residents of the Hassan Arfa compound – a neglected enclave in the heart of Tel Aviv – in the process of being demolished. Their battered existence erodes in front of the camera – money, principles, and despair meet for one final duel.


Dir.: Nurit Kedar
| 65 minutes

How did Avigdor Lieberman – who immigrated to Israel without a penny to his name – rise to serve in the country's top political positions, and what does his story reveal about the social changes Israel has undergone over the last two decades?

One Hundred Percent

Dir.: Yael Kipper, Ronen Zaretzky
| 70 minutes

The Druze populated village of Beit Jann holds the highest record of high school graduates in Israel and possibly the world: a success rate of 100%. This is their story.


Dir.: Ariel Semmel
| 80 minutes

For the last 24 years, I have been documenting my life obsessively. It all started in 1996, when I was abducted by extra-terrestrials. My name Is Ariel Semmel and Parano is my crazy true story. For ages 18+

Spotting Yossi

Dir.: Kobi Farag, Morris Ben-Mayor
| 72 minutes

Thirteen years after his death, the great actor Yossi Banai comes to life for one final encore, with a cinematic memoir led by his own deep iconic voice. Pieced together from numerous archival sources, Banai directs the spotlight on to his own image. 

The Unrecognized

Dir.: Anna Oliker
| 48 minutes

Othman, a young Bedouin man, advocates for urbanization and modernization in the Bedouin community. When he fails to make progress in endless arguments with village men and politicians, he cooperates with his sister to spark a feminine alternative.